Machine Gun Kelly has been putting his time at home during the coronavirus pandemic to good use with daily guitar cover videos and new music which he's back up to today with a fresh new song he recorded from his car.

The rapper is dropping "Smoke and Drive" which he recorded while ripping a blunt and hotboxing his car.

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A little over a week ago, Machine Gun Kelly gave a live stream performance of a new song which fits the vibe of his upcoming pop-punk album, Tickets To My Downfall.

He and his bandmates took to Instagram live for a quick performance fans could watch while practising physical distancing.

They played the new untitled track before blending into “Alpha Omega.” Further, they ripped through “why are you here,” “Habits,” and “I Think I’m OKAY.”

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Now, he's back with a track for his solo rap discography in the way of "Smoke and Drive."


You can watch Machine Gun Kelly's video for the song below.

Since spending time at home during the pandemic a few weeks ago, Machine Gun Kelly has started posting daily videos of him covering other artist's songs.

It started with a cover of Red Hot Chili Peppers’ “Californication” and from there, he went on to share a short but sweet cover of a Paramore classic in “Misery Business.”

On top of those, he's also taken on a cover of Nirvana‘s iconic “Smells Like Teen Spirit,”  Juice WRLD‘s “Lucid Dreams,” Avril Lavigne's "Sk8er Boi" and plenty of others.

On top of that, he teamed up with Travis Barker, Omer Fedi and Steve “Baze” Basil for a full cover of "Misery Business." They dropped a live music video for the cover which you can watch below.

Earlier in the month, the rapper also offered up a new music video for his collaboration with Young Thug, RJMrLa and Lil Duke. The music video for "Bullets With A Name" ended up arriving very shortly after the track dropped.

What do you think of the new Machine Gun Kelly track? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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